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Jo	Alcock
JUSP:	Journal	Usage	Statistics	Portal
JUSP	background	and	aims
» JUSP	-	Journal	Usage	Statistics	Portal	
» Supports	UK	academic	libraries	by	providing	a	single	...
Participants
» Data	from	over	70	publishers	
and	intermediaries*	in	JUSP	
» Regular	communication	with	
publishers;	priori...
How	does	JUSP	collect	data?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ragingwire/3395161474/	
» Standardized	Usage	
Statistics	Harvesti...
What	data	are	available?
» COUNTER-compliant	usage	data	(COUNTER	=	
Counting	Online	Usage	of	NeTworked	Electronic	
Resourc...
What	reports	are	there	in	JUSP?
» Journal	level	reports	
» Summary	reports	
» Titles	and	deals	reports	
» Usage	profiling	...
JR1	report
Trends	over	time
Comparing	publisher	deals
Usage	of	titles	and	deals
Usage	profiling
How	are	libraries	using	JUSP?
Support	regular	reporting	by	providing	accurate	
usage	statistics	
“We	know	that	there	is	so...
How	are	libraries	using	JUSP?
Making	effecting	use	of	staff	time	
“We	do	more	evaluation	and	less	data	collection,	which	
...
How	are	libraries	using	JUSP?
Assisting	others	in	understanding	resource	usage	
“Now	also	include	usage	statistics	in	annu...
How	are	libraries	using	JUSP?
Informing	decisions	for	substitutions	
“helped	us	better	understand	the	research	profile	of	...
How	are	libraries	using	JUSP?
Support	benchmarking	and	usage	profiling	activities	
“We	have	been	using	the	usage	profiling...
Future	developments
» Ebooks	service	-	launching	in	February	2016	
» Investigating	similar	for	databases	and	multimedia	
»...
Further	information
JUSP	
http://jusp.mimas.ac.uk		
jusp@mimas.ac.uk
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JUSP for CPD25 eCollections Management workshop

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Introductory presentation on JUSP (Journal Usage Statistics Portal) for CPD25 eCollections Management workshop. Includes overview of JUSP background and aims, how JUSP collects data, data available, reports available (including some screenshots), and quotes from libraries on how they are using JUSP.

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JUSP for CPD25 eCollections Management workshop

  1. 1. Jo Alcock JUSP: Journal Usage Statistics Portal
  2. 2. JUSP background and aims » JUSP - Journal Usage Statistics Portal » Supports UK academic libraries by providing a single point of access to e-journal usage data » Free for Jisc institutions » Assists management of e-journal collections, evaluation and decision-making » Provides statistics to ensure the best deals for the academic community
  3. 3. Participants » Data from over 70 publishers and intermediaries* in JUSP » Regular communication with publishers; priorities informed by participating libraries *Figures accurate on 4th November 2015 » Almost all UK Higher Education Institutions participate in JUSP » Interest from libraries in other sectors and outside UK Participating librariesParticipating publishers
  4. 4. How does JUSP collect data? http://www.flickr.com/photos/ragingwire/3395161474/ » Standardized Usage Statistics Harvesting Initiative (SUSHI) » Machine to machine method of gathering statistics » Libraries can view their data from all participating publishers within JUSP portal
  5. 5. What data are available? » COUNTER-compliant usage data (COUNTER = Counting Online Usage of NeTworked Electronic Resources) › JR1: Journal Report 1 – Number of Successful Full-text Article Requests by Month and Journal › JR1a: Journal Report 1a – Number of Successful Full-text Article Requests from an Archive by Month and Journal › JR1 GOA: Journal Report 1 GOA – Number of Successful Gold Open Access Full- text Article Requests by Month and Journal » Where available, JUSP has usage statistics dating back to Jan 2009
  6. 6. What reports are there in JUSP? » Journal level reports » Summary reports » Titles and deals reports » Usage profiling reports Guides to reports: http://jusp.mimas.ac.uk/guides-to-reports
  7. 7. JR1 report
  8. 8. Trends over time
  9. 9. Comparing publisher deals
  10. 10. Usage of titles and deals
  11. 11. Usage profiling
  12. 12. How are libraries using JUSP? Support regular reporting by providing accurate usage statistics “We know that there is someone there who is keeping an eye on the data and making sure it is all accurate and correct” University of Salford
  13. 13. How are libraries using JUSP? Making effecting use of staff time “We do more evaluation and less data collection, which is a much better focus and use of time” Open University
  14. 14. How are libraries using JUSP? Assisting others in understanding resource usage “Now also include usage statistics in annual renewal list that departments use… Colleges within the University are interested in more data about their journals” Leicester University
  15. 15. How are libraries using JUSP? Informing decisions for substitutions “helped us better understand the research profile of our institution which in turn informs decisions over resource allocation” Birkbeck, University of London
  16. 16. How are libraries using JUSP? Support benchmarking and usage profiling activities “We have been using the usage profiling reports in a number of different ways to understand our usage in a broader context… [for example] to support a business case for a purchase to improve the user experience of accessing electronic resources” Plymouth University
  17. 17. Future developments » Ebooks service - launching in February 2016 » Investigating similar for databases and multimedia » Investigating including JR2 (Access Denied to Full- Text Articles by Month, Journal and Category) » Investigating including JR5 (Number of Successful Full-Text Article Requests by Year-of-Publication and Journal)
  18. 18. Further information JUSP http://jusp.mimas.ac.uk jusp@mimas.ac.uk

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